Republicans, Please don’t make the same mistake the Democrats made!

We Warned the Democrats and they didn’t listen……….

We gave you Republicans Power


We are marching forward towards 2012 and the end of Progressive Socialism in America

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From the Village of the Banned we read:

15 responses to “Republicans, Please don’t make the same mistake the Democrats made!

  1. Good Morning my Fellow American Patriots and Friends :D


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  3. Time to shake up the Republicans and let them know we expect them to do what they were elected to do.


  4. Vote no at Fox news

    Can’t believe this is even thought about

    Go to FOX and vote NO on banning the American flag in America VOTE !!! This is just sickening.

    Only 76.15% have voted on the FOX poll to NOT ban the flag in school and something like 18.0% voted YES, to ban it. What is going on in this country??

    Fox is running a poll about whether the flag should be banned in schools in order not to inflame Hispanic students. The poll is being sandbagged by SEIU and we should mount a counter action if you agree with me that the flag should be taken down for no one., funded by George Soros, Organizing for America , and SEIU, “Service Employee International UNION”, have been twittering today to go to Fox Poll and vote to BAN the American Flag and right now it is still working (18%).



  5. I just had to re-post this comment from the Pastor Jones blog over here:

    Zazu | April 2, 2011 at 12:07 PM | | Edit

    The pastor has a right to free speech, put simply, a man should have the right to say what he wants without any thought to how that speech effects others, that is true free speech. The people attacking him are the same people who tell rape victims “if you didn’t dress like a slut, you would not have been raped” its blaming someone other than the perpetrator.

    samiam60 | April 2, 2011 at 1:29 PM | | Edit

    Zazu, I am glad you commented here. Your comparison of a rape victim is interesting.

    Zazu said:
    a man should have the right to say what he wants without any thought to how that speech effects others, that is true free speech.

    I am assuming you are ok with racial slurs, bigotry and the like along with these thoughts you have posted?

    Zazu also said:

    The people attacking him are the same people who tell rape victims “if you didn’t dress like a slut, you would not have been raped”

    samiam60 asks:

    How is it that you determined what the people attacking him would say? Do you have overwhelming proof that, that is what people always say? Or, is that the exception to the rule?

    In my opinion Zazu, Freedom of Speech in a Civilized Country carries with it the obligation and responsibility of Common Sense in being sensitive to the risk you might be imposing on another innocent human being.

    I am hoping this might help you better understand the concept of Freedom of Speech:

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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    For freedom of Speech in specific jurisdictions, see Freedom of speech by country.
    “Freedom of expression” redirects here. For other uses, see Freedom of expression (disambiguation).

    Freedom of speech is the freedom to speak freely without censorship. The synonymous term freedom of expression is sometimes used to indicate not only freedom of verbal speech but any act of seeking, receiving and imparting information or ideas, regardless of the medium used. In practice, the right to freedom of speech is not absolute in any country and the right is commonly subject to limitations, such as on “hate speech”.

    The right to freedom of speech is recognized as a human right under Article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution recognized in international human rights law in the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR). The ICCPR recognizes the right to freedom of speech as “the right to hold opinions without interference. Everyone shall have the right to freedom of expression.”[1][2] Furthermore freedom of speech is recognized in European, inter-American and African regional human rights law.

    It is different from and not to be confused with the concept of freedom of thought.


    I do hope this helps you clearly see you might have been thinking of Freedom of Thought which is not to be confused with Freedom of Speech……..have a nice day ;)


  6. Yep, America is in trouble….. sigh


  7. Afternoon, SAMI. Banning the flag in schools…now that’s a left-wing wet dream if I ever heard one. If “Hispanics”, being freely educated on the dime of the American taxpayer, don’t want to be “inflamed”, I suggest they return at once to from wherever they came–and they can take Soros & the SEIU with ‘em.


  8. Visit Cheers Sam.
    I put a website over there that you may be interested in.
    Banning Old Glory from the public schools will be the last straw.
    They just keep poking US.


  9. Afternoon AFVET and Bob, seems everyday we hear more of our Freedoms being eroded. I fought for that flag once and by golly I am more than ready to fight for it again.


  10. Good Night my fellow American Patriots


  11. Good morning American……………. :D


  12. Afghanistan Koran Burning Protests Rage On for Third Day

    A government spokesman said one had been killed and 16 were injured in a new Koran burning protest in the southern Afghan city of Kandahar Sunday, where hundreds took to the streets to demonstrate for a third consecutive day.

    Hundreds also blocked off a highway for three hours in Jalalabad city, shouting for U.S. troops to leave and burned an effigy of President Obama.

    A similar protest in eastern Parwan province blocked a main highway with burning tires for about an hour, with more than 1,000 people protesting against the desecration of the Koran, said provincial police chief Sher Ahmad Maladani. He said there was no violence.

    Meanwhile, the Taliban called on people to rise up, blaming government forces for any violence that did occur.

    The Taliban said in a statement emailed to media outlets that the U.S. and other Western countries have wrongly excused the burning a Koran by the pastor of a Florida church on March 20 as freedom of speech and that Afghans “cannot accept this un-Islamic act.”

    The desecration at a small U.S. church has outraged Muslims worldwide, and in Afghanistan many of the demonstrations have turned into deadly riots. Protests in the north and south in recent days have killed 20 people.

    “We condemn, in particular, the action of an individual in the United States who recently burned the Holy Koran,” said ISAF Commander General David Petraeus and NATO Senior Civilian Representative Ambassador Mark Sedwill in a statement Sunday. “We also offer condolences to the families of all those injured and killed in violence which occurred in the wake of the burning of the Holy Koran.”

    “We further hope the Afghan people understand that the actions of a small number of individuals, who have been extremely disrespectful to the Holy Koran, are not representative of any of the countries of the international community who are in Afghanistan to help the Afghan people,” they added.

    On Saturday, U.S. President Barack Obama extended his condolences to the families of those killed by the protesters and said desecration of the Quran “is an act of extreme intolerance and bigotry.” But he said that does not justify attacking and killing innocent people, calling it “outrageous and an affront to human decency and dignity.”

    Eleven were killed Friday when demonstrators stormed a U.N. compound, including seven foreign U.N. employees. A riot Saturday in southern Kandahar city resulted in nine deaths and more than 80 injured.

    The Taliban statement said that those killed during the protests were unarmed demonstrators.
    “Afghan forces under the order of the foreign forces attacked unarmed people during the protests, killing them and arresting some, saying there were armed people among these protesters, which was not true,” the statement said.

    Sher Jan Durani, a spokesman for the government of northern Balkh province, where the first riots occurred, said there were multiple armed men among the more than 20 arrested. Afghan authorities suspect insurgents infiltrated the mob.

    In Kandahar, officials said 17 people, including seven armed men, have been arrested.

    The protests come at a critical juncture as the U.S.-led coalition gears up for an insurgent spring offensive and a summer withdrawal of some troops, and with Afghanistan’s mercurial president increasingly questioning international motives and NATO’s military strategy.

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